Thanks in no small part to Donald Trump, Putin has already achieved most of his big foreign policy goals, says Saint John’s professor Nick Hayes.
“Crisis pregnancy centers” have repeatedly been shown to promote deceptive, misleading, and long-disproven claims about the safety of abortion — as well as birth control.
New York Times columnist Thomas Edsall, who loves to turn to scholars for understanding, asked a psychology professor, Northwestern University’s Dan McAdams, for help in understanding the gap.
New research suggests that heat waves can slow mental functioning.
In fact no confirmation hearings were held by the Senate on any Supreme Court nominees until 1916, when President Woodrow Wilson nominated Louis Brandeis.
The majority opinion in the recent Janus case offered six justifications for reversing long-established precedent. Its logic can be easily adapted by reversal-inclined jurists to dismantle Roe.
Is it just me, or are our democratic institutions looking pretty feeble? Congress, led by the Republican Party, has refused to even offer up a token check on the president.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh is just 53 and could serve for decades. He solidifies the high court’s conservative wing (replacing the conservative, but not on everything, Justice Anthony Kennedy).
The list of “disquieting” countries also includes Brazil, India, Poland, Russia and Turkey.
Universal preschool has a significant positive effect on reading scores of children from low-income homes, but programs targeted to poor children do not.
President Obama certainly maintained dignity during the handover to his successor and, since then, has kept a low profile even as that successor has been guided by an agenda to undo as much as he can of what Obama did.
An essay by University of Minnesota political scientists Howard Lavine and Wendy Rahn reviews people’s stated attitudes toward immigration and their voting patterns in 2016.
Minnesota ranked ninth in physical activity by adults, with 27.7 percent of the state’s residents meeting the federal guidelines. Colorado ranked No. 1.
What you need to know about the origins of the separation policy; what President Trump’s most recent executive order means — and where things go from here.
The messaging needs to focus on Trump’s failure to keep his 2016 promises to Trump voters, not on Trump voters being stupid in 2016.
If you read the Constitution, you will find no mention of the power of the Supreme Court to strike down laws enacted by Congress. It’s just not there.
The cases were closed without any findings of wrongdoing or corrective action, often due to insufficient evidence.
Kennedy has been a conservative, but not a rigid ideologue. He sometimes has used his leverage to prevent the most extreme outcomes on matters that reached the Supreme Court.
President Donald Trump said his wife’s coat was a criticism of the press he has called enemies of the people.
Cooperating with Muqtada Sadr would be a bitter pill for many Iraq veterans, and a difficult move for the prideful “America First” president. But he could also be an ally of convenience.